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Dr. Jennifer Walden: She’s One Of A Kind

Someone like Dr. Jennifer Walden comes along but once in a lifetime. That is how rare she is and how unique she is as a surgeon and as a person. It is hard not to admire her dedication, commitment to her craft, and her people skills. We all have been to doctors and they have rushed us in and out of there in assembly line fashion. That is not the way that Dr. Jennifer Walden does business. Keep in mind; she is incredibly busy with doing her research, raising her children, running a practice, and also charity work. However, she takes it all in stride and keeps moving forward to get ahead in her field.

She is never satisfied with her work and that is meant in a good way. She is satisfied with the work she has done and the way she has impacted the lives of so many women. However, she knows there is always work to be done and it never stops. There are more women that need help and more women that want help. She is always looking to innovate, change the game, and keep things fresh and new for her clients and for herself. She is always looking to challenge herself and bring out the best in herself.

She is fiercely competitive and she has had to be to get noticed and recognized. Now, of course, she is all over TV and everyone knows her name, but it was not always that way for her. She had to claw and fight for her own practice in Austin, Texas and to get recognized. A lot of people told her she would never make it and it would be too much to juggle. All that did was add fuel to her fire and inspire her to work harder than the person next to her.

For many people when they achieve this kind of success, they oftentimes kick back and become content. For Dr. Jennifer Walden, it is the exact opposite. She is only going to keep looking to get better at her craft and make even more advancements.

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Dr. Jennifer Walden: Extraordinary Cosmetic Surgeon, Mom, and Innovator

Cosmetic Surgery has been an often misunderstood field of medicine, with news sites often covering plastic surgery botches and celebrity enhancements. Well in a field dominated by men, Austin-based Dr. Jennifer Walden wants to change the narrative of how people think about the field and the people who seek treatment.

Dr. Walden is a well known plastic surgeon in the Austin, Texas, area and has appeared throughout the years on regional and national television shows discussing technological advancements and the various risk and benefits that with having cosmetic surgery.

She often goes to great lengths to explain that the majority of individuals seeking treatment are ordinary people, such as mothers who want to get rid of extra skin after having several children or women that have pain because of the size of their breasts. Being a woman in a field where 92 percent of the patients are female also gives her an advantage because she betters understands her customers and they feel more comfortable discussing sensitive body-related topics.

The doctor that some are calling “Austin’s Wonder Woman,” started her career in Manhattan, New York, after graduating as salutatorian from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Texas. In New York, Dr. Walden worked for eight years as a cosmetic surgeon, becoming the Program Director of Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship at her hospital and also becoming the associate of world-renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Sherrell Aston.

In 2011, Dr. Walden returned to her hometown of Austin, Texas, to raise her two fraternal twin sons. She currently runs a successful cosmetic surgery practice that has grown to include satellite clinics in some local hospitals. She is also a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and is a member of the prestigious American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

Besides her practice, Dr. Walden also contributes to academic papers, such as the Texas Monthly, and develops her own cosmetic surgical devices that she sells through Accurate Scientific and Surgical Instruments.

 

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